Canada’s Jade Hannah is looking at a potential sweep of the backstrokes after winning the 100 and 200 titles. She competes in the 50 back prelims this morning
New Zealand is still seeking its first World Championships medalist here in Gwangju, but has perhaps its best shot coming in Lewis Clareburt on the final day.
15-year-old New Zealander Erika Fairweather blasted a lifetime best 1:58.84 to open the New Zealand relay in the Women’s 4x200m Freestyle on Thursday.
Erika Fairweather fired off a new New Zealand Age Record for 15-year-olds while leading off her nation’s 10th place-finishing 4x200m free relay.
Check out our list of 5 females to watch in Gwangju at the World Championships that may not be on your medal contention radar….yet.
15-year-old Erika Fairweather is part of the very young New Zealand roster ready to take on the world in Gwangju next month.
18-year-old Eve Thomas collected a World Championships-worthy time in the women’s 800m free to close out the NZ Open in Auckland.
15-year-old Erika Fairweather clocked a 200m free time worthy of World Championships consideration on night 4 of the 2019 NZ Open Championships.
Bradlee Ashby put up the 4th fastest 200m IM time of his career to add his name to the list of NZ World Championships qualifiers.
Eve Thomas took silver in the women’s 400m free tonight in Auckland, dipping under the New Zealand ‘development consideration time’ for World Championships.
On day 3 of the 2019 New Zealand Open, 15-year-old Erika Fairweather crushed a big-time personal best in the women’s 400m free to race her way to gold.
We’ve compiled a list of 20 of the top swimmers in the country under the age of 20 – 10 males and 10 females. Listed below are 10 of the best female swimmers under the age of 20, who are looking most likely to break out and make an impact on a world stage in the near future.
After not competing at the 2017 World Junior Championships, New Zealand will send a roster of 7 to the 2019 edition.
Erika Fairweather, Michael Pickett and Taiko Torepe-Ormsby (pictured) all set new NZ Age records on the closing night of New Zealand Age Group Championships.
16-year-old Brearna Crawford picked up her 4th national record in 4 days while Erika Fairweather (pictured) also impressed at the New Zealand Age Group Championships overnight.